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Mavericks#1
12-06-2004, 01:26 PM
I find it funny that you were 8 minutes away from your first Mens BB victory and were ahead by 17 points and choked it away. How tight must that noose been around the Rabbitts necks at the end of the game.What is worse is the fact that the dude that hit the shot had not made a basket all year and you let him drive a dagger through your heart.
Mike Nelke is now my favorite basketball player in the country. If he never makes another shot all year that would be fine with me. In fact, I am hoping that he doesn't make another point all year. The one shot that he did hit caused your biggest meltdown in history. He now becomes your Bucky Dent and Bill Buckner rolled in one. Rabbitt fans will have to change his middle name to Frickin. Mike (Frickin) Nelke!!! I am seriously thinking of changing my member name from Mavs#1 to Mike Nelke. Kind of has a nice ring to it, don't you think?
What of greater concern is your beloved Mens BB program. That was your best chance to defeat a D1 school if you can call SEMO that. They were missing their best player and still came back from 17 down. You better schedule some more multi-directional schools to get your first D1 victory. Is there a Northeast Southern Texas State? I'll check into that for you guys. Save your excuses for someone who will listen. I will go ahead and list them since I already know whtat they are. 1We are young and wait till these guys are seniors 2. It is all about the D1 experience this year and besides we are South Dakota's only land grant university. 3. lt will take us awhile at D1 to get good enough to compete. Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah. Trust me when I say you will get sick of losing after all your winning in the past. Ask Nebraska football fans if having a losing season is fun.
Got to go because I am meeting Mike Nelke at the bar to buy him a cold one. I am sure that you guys will say your excited to play Marquette even though they will beat you by 50. I wish Dwayne Wade was still on that team. He might set some NCAA scoring records in that one. I am off faster than a Mike Nelke shot at the buzzer.


Your friend,

Mike Nelke aka... Mavs1

gojacksgo
12-06-2004, 01:42 PM
Colorado State 76 Northern Colorado 68

Colrado State 88 Nebraska-Omaha 64

You guys got absolutely rolled by a team that only beat Northern Colorado by 8 points. Northern Colorado is not a very good team this year either. SDSU could beat them if they played them, I'd say pretty easily.

jackmd
12-06-2004, 01:43 PM
Maverstink#1,

Nice to have you back. Must have flunked out of your Junior College courses for the fall semester again. As for your assesment of the loss to SEMO, suprisingly accurate.

BTW, what conference you guys planning to join next fall? Enjoy your Busch light but make sure you save at least $20 for a dime bag and cheap ho. Thats all you've got to look forward to my friend.

89rabbit
12-06-2004, 01:50 PM
Mike Nelte is now my favorite basketball player in the country. If he never makes another shot all year that would be fine with me. In fact, I am hoping that he doesn't make another point all year. The one shot that he did hit caused your biggest meltdown in history. He now becomes your Bucky Dent and Bill Buckner rolled in one.




I see you are out of rehab, but not taking your meds. My goodness I have never seen someone derive such pleasure from someone else’s misfortune. For God's sake man we were never even rivals. That and the over exaggeration, get some prospective. Go seek help before it is to late. ::)


Go State! ;D

ActionJack
12-06-2004, 01:51 PM
Can't argue.

Mav#1 - how were those UNO football playoff games this year?

SDsportsFan
12-06-2004, 02:08 PM
Colorado State 76 Northern Colorado 68

Colrado State 88 Nebraska-Omaha 64

You guys got absolutely rolled by a team that only beat Northern Colorado by 8 points. Northern Colorado is not a very good team this year either. SDSU could beat them if they played them, I'd say pretty easily.

You can add Colorado St. 80 Northern St. 77 to your list of scores. However, I do think NSU is going to be a good team this year, they were young last year.

MilwaukeeJacksAlum
12-06-2004, 03:26 PM
Mav-

You're not doing your school any favor by constantly being a jag. I used to love playing at UNO. Always had huge hoggers, tough RBs, Martay Jenkins and some top notch option QBs. We always played close games and the UNO/SDSU hobo days was one of the all-time greats. In that game, I was high-lowed by your TE and FB, blowing my MCL. The FB and I butted heads for 3 years. We always talked trash all game, but shook hands in mutual respect in the end. If I was to garner an opinion on the quality of person coming from UNO I would wager heavily that your FB intentionally took my knee out. However, that would make me a bitter ex-jock who couldn't move on and constantly blamed others for my misfortunes (you should understand the feeling, minus the ex-jock part). UNO has quality athletes and quality personel. I think they would be embarrassed to know you purported to be a representative of their school.

MilwaukeeJacksAlum
12-06-2004, 03:37 PM
If I was to garner an opinion on the quality of person coming from UNO I would wager heavily that your FB intentionally took my knee out.

I meant that if I was to use you as an example for garnering an opinion of the quality of UNO people. Wanted to give you credit where credit is due.

Jack
12-06-2004, 05:40 PM
I'm going to say this again about Maverick #1. He has nothing but negative things to say. He's a constant complainer. He likes to think he's a little smarter than most people. That's a common trait among complainers. It doesn't surprise me one bit that we haven't heard from him in awhile, yet he appears after the Missouri game.

Are you a drunk? Or, do you just wait until someone stumbles and then you laugh at them? You are a pathetic individual. I'm glad you aren't one of ours.

OK_Jackrabbit
12-06-2004, 06:14 PM
Rabbitt fans will have to change his middle name to Frickin. Mike (Frickin) Nelte!!!

Mavs#1 can be a pain. But you have to admit, that's a good line.

bigjake
12-06-2004, 07:19 PM
I think there is a possibility that sdsu could look very attractive to the bsc in five years if you can ever show that you can compete at a decent level in most sports and if geographic distance isn't an issue. You have had some nice moments but in the 2 big sports of fb and men's bb you only have beaten ga. southern and then your ncc brethren which is no big deal. One great win thus far. So the jury is out on whether you can be successful in the long run even though most of the fanatics on this site seem to think so. It is ironic though that we are discussing semo bc they are just like umkc and are perfect examples of what the future will be like for sdsu. You will win some games but will always be mired in the bottom hundred teams of d1. I can see how the bsc could find you attractive if you can do some things like win in the next five years. But for now why would they want to take you when all they have are promises about what your future holds. They should wait a few years and see if you can compete. The only other option you have is the mid cont and that is really not that good of an option and I know a lot about that crummy conference.
I know losing hurts but it does help to build character.
Finally, I know much of your revenue increases are planned on increased ticket sales - I suspect the sdsu bean counters have to be worried when the initial excitement of d1 wears off and losses keep adding up.
89 Rabbit - My Roos are ranked 219th in HOop Scoops talent ratings for all 326 teams. YOu weren't even mentioned maybe bc you are on probation or whatever they call it. You have a long long way til you catch us this year. That came out of my latest bb times magazine.
Finally, why do you people give us so much trouble about UNO teams. As 89 Rabbit said this is a site about sdsu and the topics should remain relevant to sdsu so in the future I would appreciate you people laying off the uno smack.

gojacksgo
12-06-2004, 07:34 PM
Actually, the football team beat the 3 d2 schools, plus 3 d1 schools - not 1.

They didn't beat ga southern, they beat Southern.

Also, they beat Northern Colorado and NDSU.

6-5 in the first year of D1 - I'd say that is competing in d1. Lost 2 games big - 1st one and to GA Southern(who beat almost all teams in regular season like they beat us).

Lost one game in OT, one game by 3 in the final minutes, and another by 3 with 2 seconds left(a big sky team). The last one - we played a ranked team really tough to the finish.

I just don't see how our season this year in football is a low point in the big sky.

jackmd
12-06-2004, 07:45 PM
Actually, the football team beat the 3 d2 schools, plus 3 d1 schools - not 1.

They didn't beat ga southern, they beat Southern.

Also, they beat Northern Colorado and NDSU.

6-5 in the first year of D1 - I'd say that is competing in d1. Lost 2 games big - 1st one and to GA Southern(who beat almost all teams in regular season like they beat us).

Lost one game in OT, one game by 3 in the final minutes, and another by 3 with 2 seconds left(a big sky team). The last one - we played a ranked team really tough to the finish.

I just don't see how our season this year in football is a low point in the big sky.



Good try but logic doesn't work when jake and mav are involved. I'm sure they're both back at the bar by now.

bigjake
12-06-2004, 08:44 PM
jack md, If I had a terminal disease I would love to have you as a doctor bc you are so optimistic in the face of so much gloom. ON the other hand though I would worry about your work ethic bc you are always posting on this site. I guess it is better than being on some adult oriented site but I just didn't realize that doctors had the kind of free time to continually post on a board like this.
But I don't mean to embarrass you. Bill STeinke of D2fb.com fame posts 10 posts a day every single day of the year on d2fb.com. You have a long way to go before you get there. Pity the rabbit!!

sports_buff
12-06-2004, 10:18 PM
jack md, If I had a terminal disease I would love to have you as a doctor bc you are so optimistic in the face of so much gloom. ON the other hand though I would worry about your work ethic bc you are always posting on this site. I guess it is better than being on some adult oriented site but I just didn't realize that doctors had the kind of free time to continually post on a board like this.
But I don't mean to embarrass you. Bill STeinke of D2fb.com fame posts 10 posts a day every single day of the year on d2fb.com. You have a long way to go before you get there. Pity the rabbit!!

This is without a doubt the best post I have ever read. I've been wondering myself how the good Doc finds the time to post so often. It's no knock on the Doc because I think it's great that he has been able to find a job in his profession that allows him so much time on the computer, that is rare in the medical field. Kudos to JackMD for finding a job that allows him to post all day long.

jackmd
12-07-2004, 06:00 AM
This is without a doubt the best post I have ever read. I've been wondering myself how the good Doc finds the time to post so often. It's no knock on the Doc because I think it's great that he has been able to find a job in his profession that allows him so much time on the computer, that is rare in the medical field. Kudos to JackMD for finding a job that allows him to post all day long.


I don't need to explain, but for you boys I will. I just hope I don't confuse you.

At the institution where I currently practice we spend different blocks throughout the year in different specialties. This month I am reading pulmonary funtion tests (PFT), overnight sleep studies and performing cardiopulmonary exercise stress tests. Most of the work is done by techs and then I interpret the results. Its a nice break from the hustle and bustle of the clinic and the hospital. Last year I was completing a 12 month block of research in the basic science lab, again allowing me a lot of free time (hence the 1000+ posts).

For the first quarter of 2005 I will be in the ICU (as a physician, not a patient) and my presence on the board will be significantly less. Sorry to disappoint. One of the perks that comes with being good at what you do is the opportunity for some flexibility. Given the holiday season I chose an easier block for November and December. I doubt thats an option for you boys.

Don't worry about me or my patients. In fact, if you would like a medical evaluation, 2nd opinion, or just want to check out our facilities, send me a private message and I will be happy to oblige. Better do it before January, though, things will be too busy then. You can bet I'll find time during the early morning hours to check out this site, though. The residents and med students can plug the hole in the dike for a little while.

jackmd
12-07-2004, 06:17 AM
jack md, If I had a terminal disease I would love to have you as a doctor bc you are so optimistic in the face of so much gloom. ON the other hand though I would worry about your work ethic bc you are always posting on this site. I guess it is better than being on some adult oriented site but I just didn't realize that doctors had the kind of free time to continually post on a board like this.
But I don't mean to embarrass you. Bill STeinke of D2fb.com fame posts 10 posts a day every single day of the year on d2fb.com. You have a long way to go before you get there. Pity the rabbit!!

Ignorance and a less then keen intellect, those are worse than a terminal disease. You (and those like you, sports_buff pay attention) are afflicted with one of the worse ailments known to man, pure envy. An affliction that knows no cure and likely never will. This defines you:

"to feel displeasure and ill will at the superiority of another person/entity in happiness, success, reputation or the possession of anything desirable."

Lastly, having had the privelage to care for many patients and families confronted with terminal illness, I can tell you this, they have a perspective that you will never be able to appreciate, never. I wouldn't take that lightly and niether should you, oh wait, your not capable of grasping the significance of what I just said. Sorry I wasted your invaluable time. Worst of all, I think your beyond deserving of compassion. Empathy I would grant you if ever in dire need, but compassion is reserved for those deserving. You have a long way to go before earning that distinction.

Have a nice day, I know I will.

Mavericks#1
12-07-2004, 06:52 AM
overnight sleep studies

Hey Doc,

Looking at some of the times some of these boarders are posting, I think that you might have some volunteers for your sleep studies.


Mav#1

P.S. You also might want to do some pulmonary function tests on your mens B-ball team after that terrible choking epsiode against Semo.

SDSUFAN
12-07-2004, 06:58 AM
overnight sleep studies

Hey Doc,

Looking at some of the times some of these boarders are posting, I think that you might have some volunteers for your sleep studies.


Mav#1


Sleep studies dont need volunteers, they use people who are afflicted with sleep apena. I have it and its no joke to wear a mask every night in order to not later have a heart condition. So once again your joke is cruel, but thats okay, you have no heart. Mav 1 only HAS an angry vision towards any instittuion that goes D1. Your UNO Steers, no balls have to stay D2 and you cant stand it How does it feel to be a steer?.

jackmd
12-07-2004, 06:59 AM
overnight sleep studies

Hey Doc,

Looking at some of the times some of these boarders are posting, I think that you might have some volunteers for your sleep studies.


Mav#1


Excellent observation, maybe you're a little more keen than your Omaha counterpart. Sleep apnea is a bigger problem than most people realize. Worse yet, untreated or undertreated, it can cause significant health problems, even death.

sports_buff
12-07-2004, 07:01 AM
Sorry I wasted your valuable time.



This is all I really took from your speech. I just want to let you know that it is quite alright.

I can't speak for Big Jake but I would like everyone to know that I do not envy State nor do I wish them ill will. I wish them lots of success in D-I, I just fear that the move might not be as successful as you think. If the goal is to be a low level D-I team then I do think you could be very successful, in fact there are plenty of low level D-I teams out there that your men can beat--I think. I have a feeling you guys are setting your sights bigger than that, as you should since I don't think being a low level D-I team would be a step up from what you were before. I don't hope State will fail, I just fear they might.
While you were wrong about me being envious of State and their move you might be right about me being envy. I am envy of you JackMD, that you have a job that allows you so much time to post. I wish I had that. Being a public defender I do spend most of my time in a court room. As I've said before I'm not making fun of you in how much you post; I think it's great that you have that time.

jackmd
12-07-2004, 07:12 AM
This is all I really took from your speech. I just want to let you know that it is quite alright.

I can't speak for Big Jake but I would like everyone to know that I do not envy State nor do I wish them ill will. I wish them lots of success in D-I, I just fear that the move might not be as successful as you think. If the goal is to be a low level D-I team then I do think you could be very successful, in fact there are plenty of low level D-I teams out there that your men can beat--I think. I have a feeling you guys are setting your sights bigger than that, as you should since I don't think being a low level D-I team would be a step up from what you were before. I don't hope State will fail, I just fear they might.
While you were wrong about me being envious of State and their move you might be right about me being envy. I am envy of you JackMD, that you have a job that allows you so much time to post. I wish I had that. Being a public defender I do spend most of my time in a court room. As I've said before I'm not making fun of you in how much you post; I think it's great that you have that time.


I'm really not to concerned about you or any of those not affiliated with SDSU who post their concerns regarding the move to DI here. I would like you to have a better understanding of the significance of the move, but it appears that will take time. Its not about beating the Sooners in FB or the Huskies in BB.

Feel free to be jealous of whatever you like, but envy is never a desirable emotion. The two are different.

Lastly, lets not discuss each other anymore. It makes me a little uncomfortable, even defensive (if you can't tell). For that I apologize. I don't know any of you on a personal basis and should not rush to judgement. That said, don't take the previous posts to seriously. I suspect you won't.

SDSUFAN
12-07-2004, 07:14 AM
A triple split personality, Mav 1, Big Jake and now Sport_buff. Any more personalities out there that want to join the UNO Steer club?

Mavericks#1
12-07-2004, 11:06 AM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v605/jr4311/Copyof19405.jpg


Multiple choice question for you rabbitt fans

Who is this guy?

A. My vote for College Player of the Year

B. Southeast Missouri player who had not made a basket until he drained a three to beat SDSU

C. Second most famous person to come out of the Cape since Rush Limbaugh

D. Mike (Frickin) Nelke

E. All of the above


Mavs #1

Hint : Guess E

89rabbit
12-07-2004, 11:20 AM
I hate to brake it to you but the disappointment from the SEMO loss lasted about two hours. Sure it would have been nice to win our first D-I game but that's all that was at stake with this game.

I am sure the disappointment that you felt when UNO won a watered down NCC football crown and was not invited to the D-II playoffs was far worse and longer lasting then our loss to SEMO (what was that kids name again?) .

Go State! ;D

bigjake
12-07-2004, 11:30 AM
Maverick 1 - that is one of the funnier posts I have read on this site. Good job!!
I know sdsu is hurting for donations - as good as mr nelte feels about sdsu right now maybe he and/or his family would like to contribute toward your d1 fund. I suspect they feel really good about sdsu these days.

Mavericks#1
12-07-2004, 11:00 PM
If the goal is to be a low level D-I team then I do think you could be very successful, in fact there are plenty of low level D-I teams out there that your men can beat--I think. I have a feeling you guys are setting your sights bigger than that, as you should since I don't think being a low level D-I team would be a step up from what you were before. I don't hope State will fail, I just fear they might.





Can I get an Amen from the congregation. Sports Buff you hit the nail right on the head. But trying to convince these rabbitt fans that it could be the wrong move is like trying to convince OJ that he whacked Nicole. I can fully appreciate people being optimistic about their sports teams. But these Rabbitt fans are off the scale. They are all wearing rose-colored glasses with blinders.
That is the main reason that I run smack at them is because someone has to bring them back to reality. If they were able to question some things their athletic teams and administration are doing I would be less likely to run smack at them. It is just one big lovefest.
Got to go before JackMD recruits me for one of his sleep studies. JBNJBQ, where are you at? Did funnypics.com run out of pictures or are you trying to come up with a new way to call us all idiots.


Mike (Frickin) Nelke

89rabbit
12-08-2004, 06:52 AM
Can I get an Amen from the congregation.

Your quote gave me a good idea to help explain to you why you are not received very well here. We Jackrabbit fans ARE the congregation. You are some sort of atheist who comes into our church to tell us God doen't exist. Not surprising the reaction you get. >:(

Go State! ;D


P.S. just in case you don't know what an atheist is:

a·the·ist ( P ) Pronunciation Key (th-st)
n.
One who disbelieves or denies the existence of God or gods.

Jacks-D1
12-08-2004, 07:09 AM
I'll have to admit the post with Mike "Frickin" Melte's picture on it is the funniest post I have ever seen on this board.

MilwaukeeJacksAlum
12-08-2004, 08:10 AM
I agree. That picture is histerical. Seriouslly, that is a funny post. Even funnier, he'd probably start for UNO.

OK_Jackrabbit
12-08-2004, 08:24 AM
THAT'S Mike Frickin' Nelte? I hope he has a nice personality.

Mavericks#1
12-08-2004, 09:16 AM
OK Jackrabbit


Sorry for the over sight. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I have fixed it.


Mike (Frickin) Nelke

Texas_Jacks_Fan
12-08-2004, 09:28 AM
Actually its a picture of Mavs 1 ....
That picture is funny ( a first for anything Mavs has ever posted)

OK_Jackrabbit
12-08-2004, 09:50 AM
OK Jackrabbit


Sorry for the over sight. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I have fixed it.


Mike (Frickin) Nelte

How can we ever get angry with Mavs#1 again when he's got that pic of Mike Frickin' Nelte under his name? I don't know why, but that just cracks me up.

Just for the record, though, I looked him up and it's Mike Frickin' Nelke, with a "k".

jackmd
12-09-2004, 05:40 AM
OK Jackrabbit


Sorry for the over sight. Thanks for bringing it to my attention. I have fixed it.


Mike (Frickin) Nelte

For all the Nelke fans!! Mav, you know a lot about repetative motion injuries to the wrist. Maybe you can help Frickin Nelke out.

Nelke will have MRI today on left wrist

The hero of Saturday's buzzer victory has had an ongoing injury.
By Marty Mishow ~ Southeast Missourian

Despite hitting a game-winning 3-pointer at the buzzer to beat South Dakota State Saturday night, all is still not well with Southeast Missouri State University senior guard Mike Nelke's left wrist.

Southeast coach Gary Garner said Tuesday that X-rays recently taken appear to indicate either a slight break or a deep contusion. Garner said Nelke is scheduled to have an MRI today, which should determine just exactly what is wrong with the wrist.

"He's still been having problems with it," Garner said.

Nelke's only basket of the season so far lifted Southeast (2-3) to a wild 59-58 win over visiting South Dakota State after the Jackrabbits led by 17 points with 8:34 remaining. Nelke has seen limited action so far because of the injury.

"You're so happy for a kid when they're able to do that," Garner said. "You think he'll ever forget that shot? He'll be telling his grandkids about it."

Garner believes there is a solid chance that Nelke, a key member of Southeast's guard rotation, will be able to play Thursday night when Southeast hosts Montana (2-3) no matter what the MRI determines. But Garner added: "You really just don't know. It worries you that it keeps bothering him."

Also on the injury front, junior forward James White continues to be sidelined with a knee ailment that could force him to miss the entire season. White has not yet seen any game action and he has participated in only a few practices.

But Southeast was bolstered Saturday night by the return of senior guard Derek Winans, who had missed the first four games with a stress fracture. Winans appeared healthy and played 18 minutes.

"Derek had a good first outing and it was great to have him back," Garner said. "

bigjake
12-09-2004, 11:56 AM
Congrats Mav1 on such a great post. It sounds like you are in tight with all the Jack fans now. By the way it sounds you will be getting invitations over to 89 rabbit's house and jack md's house. You're the man - Mav1. 89 rabbit lives in johnson county,ks where there is lots of money so that could be fun and jack, md is well a doctor and he probably has a nice house, too.
That picture is just hilarious - it is so cheesy with that over exaggerated laugh. It looks like it was taken immed. after the game with the guy both exhilarated and stunned by his only success this year for semo.
But Mav1- all is made up now with those jack fans - you are the man!!
Maybe now they will listen to your many cogent points about the mighty struggles of sdsu that are on the horizon. No - the chances of that are about as great as sdsu beating marquette in men's basketball.

MilwaukeeJacksAlum
12-09-2004, 02:47 PM
big jake - your post sucked. Try a picture next time.

bigjake
12-09-2004, 03:16 PM
Milwaukee Jack, I wanted to give kudos to mav1 for a great post. Losing hurts - I know. Please don't take it out on me. You will win some games sometime sooner or later.

MilwaukeeJacksAlum
12-09-2004, 06:15 PM
bigjake

I wasn't talking about winning or losing, just about the quality of your post. I sensed an attempt at humor but it was buried with all the sarcasm, so I felt the post sucked. Thus, I suggested you try using a picture in the future as your UNO compadre did. Then some of us may gloss over the fact that you seem to have an unhealthy fascination with SDSU and it's supporters and simply just laugh at you instead. I mean, I look at the picture of Mike Frickin Nelke and I laugh. You see, anyone who has spent anytime in competitive athletics has lost because of a Mike Frickin Nelke somewhere along the way. It's healthy to laugh about it. Otherwise you may become consumed and bitter and end up on someone else's fan site venting. So, try using a picture.

Mavericks#1
12-10-2004, 03:34 AM
http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v605/jr4311/92836.jpg


Rabbitt fans,

Here is a picture of Mike (Frickin) Nelke draining the infamous shot heard round the world. I am in the process of starting up a Mike Nelke Fan Club for any of you who might be interested. Of course I will be the president of this club and have contacted Big Jake's and Sports Buff's agents to see if they would accept the posts of Vice President and Public Relations.
Membership into the club will get you a life size poster of the above picture signed by Mr. Nelke. He has agreed to personalize each poster and autograph each one with the signature Mike (Frickin) Nelke. He has also agreed to put together an instructional video for your kids on how to miss all of your shots during the season and then when it counts most hit the game winning shot and become a Cult Hero like he is. One lucky member and their spouse will get to have dinner with Mr. Nelke on the exact spot on the court where he drained the game winner and get to a play by play account of how it happened from the man himself.
When I talked to him last night he told me that the wrist injury that he suffered was from all the autographs that he has be signing. He assured me that he would be all right. He also told me that he is in the final stages of putting together a book deal and that lifetime has contacted him to put together a documentary on his life.
In closing, anybody who is interested in joining the club just shoot me a private message and I will foward the information on how to join this exclusive club. Thanks in advance for your interest.

Mike (Frickin) Nelke
Mavs#1

Alumguy
12-10-2004, 03:46 AM
In reading bigjake's last couple posts I'm reminded of a great quote I read many years ago. That being, "Blessed the man, whom having nothing to say, abstains from giving wordy evidence of the fact."

MilwaukeeJacksAlum
12-10-2004, 06:38 AM
I agree Alumguy. Another saying that applies, "It is better to have people think you are an idiot than to open your mouth and remove all doubt."